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They said that if the debtor had been alive the proceedings action was brought by a sharet older in the defendant company, on behalf e gone on without personal service of the petition or sub of himself and all other the shareholders, except the directors, against e. Now substituted service meant service substituted for a onal service. There could be no substituted service where
the company and the directors, claiming to restrain the defendants from
paying a dividend which the plaintiff alleged they were about to pay out of ice could not by any possibility be effected. In this case, capital. The plaintiff alleged that the defendants had improperly inther personal nor substituted service could be effected. The creased the values at which estates belonging to the company stood in the ould not go on without service, as the court had no power to company's books. The defendants had been required to make an affidavit | it. Therefore they were of opinion, in the case of a of documents, and the secretary of the company had made an affidavit, ition, that the court could not allow the proceedings to the first schedule to which contained 646 items. Many of these items 1 the debtor died before the petition was served. -COUNSEL, were described as bundles of letters and other documents and books (such
as letter books), each of wbich comprised a large number of distinct docu
ments. THE GENERAL MUTUAL INVESTMENT BUILDING volumes of copies of lettere. The plaintiff applied by summons to have
Some of the books were general letter books of the company and SOCIETY-0. A. No. 2, 10th August.
the affidavit taken off the file, on the ground that it was an abuse of the ETY - DISPUTE WITH MEMBER-- ARBITRATION-WITHDRAWING process of the court, because it did not sufficiently distinguish which of the UILDING SOCIETIES Act, 1874 (37 & 38 Vict. c. 42), s 34. items in the schedule, or what parts of the items, related to the matters in appeal from a decision of North, J. (ante, p. 626). The question in the action. North, J., ordered the affidavit to be taken off the ught by a member of a building society, who had given
file. drawal, and whose notice had expired, against the society; the appeal. - Counsel, Everitt, Q c., and Decimus Sturges; Cozens-Hardy,
THE COURT OF APPEAL (COTTON, Bowen, and Fry, L.JJ.) dismissed lleged to be ultrà vires. The resolutions had been passed ( Q.C., and Methold. SOLICITORS, Harries, Wilkinson, 8- Raikes ; Bolton & Co. atiff gave his notice of withdrawal. One of the rules of the d that“ the board shall have power to determine all matters
BOSWELL v. COAKS—North, J., 9th August. ng between the society and any member or person claiming JUDGMENT Debt — INTEREST—INTEREST ON Costs — DATE FROM ny member, and if the party shall be dissatisfied with
INTEREST Runs-ACTION COMMENCED BEFORE THE 24TH OF OCTOBER, r shall refuse to abide thereby, the matter shall be referred 1883 — R. S. C., 1883, XLII., 16 arbitrators of the society.” The plaintiff moved for the
APPENDIX H, Form No. 1,
Note. a receiver, and by consent the matter was treated as if had been made by the defendants to stay the proceedings
The question in this case was whether, in an action commenced before The defendants contended that the dispute ought to be the R. S. C., 1883, came into operation, and in which judgment was also tration as provided by the rule. The plaintiff contended given before that date, interest on the taxed costs payable by the plaintiffs d not apply, because he had, by his notice of withdrawal,
was to run from the date of the judgment or from the date of the taxing aember, and had become a creditor of the society. North, master's certificate. The old rule in equity was that the interest ran e rule applied, and that the dispute ought to be referred
from the date of the certificate ; at law the rule was that interest ran from ind he made an order staying the proceedings.
the date of the judgment. In the note to Form No. 1 (writ of fi. fa.) in F APPEAL (Cotton, Bowen, and Fry, L JJ.) affirmed the Appendix F. to the Ř. S. C., 1875, it is stated that the interest on the SEL, Napier Higgins, Q.C., and A. N. Cumming ; Cozens
costs is to run from “the date of the certificate of taxation." But in the and Micklem. SOLICITORS, Evans f. Batchelor; Flint & note to Form No. 1 (writ of fi. fa.) in Appendix H. to the R. S. C., 1883, it
is stated that the interest on costs is to run from the day of the judg.
ment or order, or day on which money directed to be paid, or day from IL WATER BOTTLE EXCHANGE AND TRADE) which interest is directed by the order to run, as the case may be." In SOCIETY v. BOOTH & CO.-C. A. No. 2, 9th August. the present case Fry, L.J., on the 19th of March, 1883, dismissed the VENANT IN RESTRAINT OF TRADE_VALIDITY.
action, with costs (23 Ch. D. 302). The Court of Appeal reversed the
decision (27 Ch. D. 424), but the House of Lords restored the decision of appeal from a decision of Chitty, J. (ante, p. 626). The a trade protection society, and one of the rules provided fry (11 App. Cas. 232)... The taxing master made his certificate as to
the costs of the defendant Bunyon on the 30th of July, 1887. should employ any traveller, carman, or outdoor employé service of another member, without the consent in writing
North, J., held that the provisions of the Rules of 1883 applied to an loyer, until after the expiration of two years from his
action which was pending at the time when those rules came into operarice. This action was brought by the society and Cox, tion, and that the interest on the costs must run from the date of the ibers, against Booth & Co., who were also members, judgment. -Counsel, Cookson, Q.C., and A. G. Langley; Cozens. Hardy, nction to restrain the defendants from employing a car
Q.C., and Methold. SOLICITORS, Whites, Renard, & Co.; Smyth & Brettell. st quitted the service of Cox. The number of the memty was limited to 500, and the actual number of members Re THE NEW HOLLINGBOURNE PAPER MILLS 00.-North, J., lembers carried on business in various parts of the United
10th August. one of them carried on business in New South Wales. ed to grant an interim injunction, on the ground (inter COMPANY - WINDING-UP — SECOND PETITION PRESENTED WITH Notice e imposed an unreasonable restraint of trade, the agree
OF FIRST-Costs. between an employer and his servant, but between
There were two petitions, by two creditors, for the compulsory winding inst the employed, and the number of the members of the up of this company, which had resolved on a voluntary winding up with a :ld of business being practically unlimited.
view to a reconstruction. The main question was whether a compulsory APPEAL (Cotton, Bowen, and Fry, L.JJ.) afirmed the order should be made, or an order to continue the voluntary winding up EL, Romer, Q.C., and J. Bradford ; Whitehorne, Q.O., and under supervision. The company and some creditors who appeared desired 5, W. Webb; Smythe f Brettell.
a supervision order. The second petition was presented with notice of the TUSSAUD-O. A. No. 2, 12th August.
first, but the solicitors, who were acting both for the first petitioner and
the company, had written a letter to the solicitors of the second petitioner, CATION TO SINGLE JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEAL DURING
stating in effect that the object of the first petition was only to obtain a VACATION -JUDICATURE Act, 1873, s. 52.
supervision order, with the view of carrying out the reconstruction scheme. application was made to the Court of Appeal on the last North, J., thought that, under the circumstances, a compulsory order s for leave to give notice of motion before a single judge ought to be made. In most cases no doubt some expense was saved peal in the vacation for a stay of the proceedings under
In the by making a supervision order; it certainly ought to be so. Chitty, J., on the previous day pending an appeal to present case, his lordship thought the creditors had a right to say that the zal. No notice of appeal had yet been given. Sectiov winding up should not be carried on by the present liquidators. No tre Act, 1873, provides that, in any cause or matter doubt, if a supervision order were made, an application could be made to e Court of Appeal, any direction incidental thereto, not
remove the present liquidators; but, if such an application were made in sion of the appeal, may be given by a single judge of court, it would go some way to bring the expense up to that of a comal; and a single judge of the Court of Appeal may, at pulsory order. Moreover, since the voluntary winding up had been going vacation, make any interim order to prevent prejudice to on, actions had been commenced against the company by creditors, and parties pending an appeal as he may think fit; but every no attempt had been made to check them. With regard to the presentaby a single judge may be discharged or varied by the tion of the second petition, his lordship saw no reason to doubt that the : a divisional court thereof."
petitioner acted in perfect good faith, and a statement was very fairly made TON, Bowen, and Fry, L JJ.) said that a single judge of to him that the object of the first petitioner was to obtain a supervision al could have no jurisdiction under this section until an order. It would have been better if, as was suggested by the late resented. COTTON, L.J., said that an application could Master of the Rolls in Re Norton Ironworks Co. (26 W. R. 92), some inquiry the country during the vacation. But the parties must had been made of the first petitioner whether he intended to go on with in by letter the time when he could hear the applica- his petition ; and, if the same thing should occur in another case, it might aidlow. SOLICITORS, Lickorish g Bellord.
have an influence with regard to costs; but his lordship thought the IE NATAL LAND AND COLONIZATION CO.
secord petitioner had acted with an honest intention of meeting a difficulty C. A. No. 2, 12th August.
which might arise, and he would not deprive him of costs. The usual
compulsory order would be made on the two petitions.-Counsel, Solomon ; VERY-AFFIDAVIT OF DOCUMENTS-ITEMS NOT SUFFI• Cozens. Hardy, Q.C., and Levett; C. E. E. Jenkins ; Swinfen Eady ; CIENTLY L'ISTINGUISHED.
Dunn ; Swabey. SOLICITORS, Shaen, Roscoe, & Co.; Murray, Hutchins, f peal from a decision of North, J. (ante, p. 626). The 'Stirling ; Hicklin, Washington, f Pasmore.
Aug. 20, 1887.
upon the goods of which the possession had been intrusted to him for sale Re MELLER'S WILL-North, J., 11th August.
on behalf of the company. The company had agreed to pay him a weekly Will-CONSTRUCTION-LAPSE-GIFT TO Class OR INDIVIDUALS-Person2 salary of £2 10s. and also a commission of 71 per cent. on all sales NOMINATÆ.
effected by him. The premises in which the local business was carried on
were taken in the name of the company, and the business was carried on The question in this case was whether a gift of a share of residue had in their name. The manager did not keep any bavking account of his lapsed by reason of the death of one of the residuary legatees in the
own, but he paid moneys received by him for the company to their lifetime of the testator. The testator devised and bequeathed all his bankers, retaining first his salary and expenees and the rent of the estate, real and personal, on trust for sale and conversion, and directed premises, which he paid. He never, in fact, retained his commission, them to divide the clear net residue of the proceeds equally between and
and his claim to a lien was made in the winding up of the company for among nine persons whom he named (describing also two of them as his his commission on sales effected during the whole period of his engagenephew and niece and the other seven as the children of deceased persons ment. He did not keep any books of his own, but entered bis transacwhose names he mentioned) “when and as they shall severally attain the tions for the company in their books. It was contended on his behalf age of twenty-one years or die under that age leaving lawful issue, the that, being intrusted with the possession of the company's goods for sale, share or shares of such one or more who shall die under the age of twenty; he was in the position of a factor, and that he was entitled to a factor's one, whether original or accruing, without leaving lawful issue, to go and lien or the goods in respect of his commission. Reliance was placed on be divided equally among the survivors, and, if there shall be but oue
Robinson v. Rutter (4 E. & B. 954); Stevens v. Biller (25 Ch. D. 31); and Re such child who shall live to attain twenty-one, then upon trust for such Pavy's Patent Felted Fabric Co. (1 Ch. D. 63!). oply child, such child dying under twenty-one as aforesaid to take
North, J., held that the claimant was not a factor, but only a servant the share, whether original or accruing, of his, her, or their deceased parent as tenants in common, and to be paid to them on their severally of the company; that his possession of the goods was that of the com
The receipt of a weekly attaining twenty-one.” H., one of the nine legatees, died in the lifetime pany; and that he was not entitled to any lien. of the testator. She had attained twenty-one, and had married, and she salary was entirely inconsistent with the relation of principal and factor. left one child. The other eight legatees survived the testator, and at
In one sense, no doubt, he was intrusted with the possession of the com. tained twenty-one. The question was whether the gift of the residue had pany's goods, but not in the sense in which a factor was intrusted with lapsed as to one-ninth thereof, or whether the fund was divisible in possession of the goods in the same way as a company or a large trading
the possession of his principal's goods. He was intrusted with the the eight survivors it was contended that the gift, being contained only body like the Civil Service Association instrusted their servants with the in the direction to divide, was really a gift to a class-vi2., to such of the possession of goods for sale. There being no special contract for a lien, nine persons named as should attain twenty-one or die under that age
he was not entitled to any lien by virtue of his position.-Counsel, T. leaving issue, and that, according to the ordinary rule applying to class Ribton ;, Cookson, Q C., and Emden. Solicitors, T. 1. Philpots ; Goldberg gifts, the gift would not fail in any respect by reason of the death of a
28th July and 4th August.
TRUSTEES - INVESTMENTS - FREEHOLD PUBLIC-HOUSE AND Houses IN-
SUFFICIENT SECURITY-LIABILITY OF TRUSTEES.
W. H. Partington died in the year 1876, having, by his will (among twenty-one or die under that age leaving issue would be to make a great other things), bequeathed £30,000 upon trust for his wife for life, and alteration in the words, and the words which followed were not consistent subject thereto, to fall into residue, which was to be divided among his with that construction. Those words referred to the “share” of a person
children. The executors and trustees were the testator's wife and the who should die under twenty-one without leaving issue, whereas on the
defendant G. P. Allen, who had been the testator's partner in the business construction suggested such a person could not have taken a “share” at
of a solicitor. The trustees were authorized to invest the trust funds upon all, and yet his “share” was to go over. Moreover, it was essential to a mortgage of freeholds or leaseholds having sixty years to run ; and the gift to a class that the class, when ascertained, should take the whole fund defendant was also authorized to charge for work done by him in connecin any event. That would clearly not be so in this case. Suppose H. had
tion with the trusts. The trustees invested £2,500 upon mortgage of a died under twenty-one, leaving a child, and that child had died before
freehold public house, and £2,400 and £1,500 respectively upon mortgage
of lands and houses. The defendants employed a firm of surveyors to
value the public-house prior to advancing the money, and, by letter, he
instructed the surveyors to state, “not only the value of the property, but to all the nephews and nieces of the late husband of the testatrix who
also the maximum amount which might, in your opinion, be safely lent were living at his death, except A. or B. Two of the nephews died before by way of first mortgage thereon by trustees,” and similar instructions were the testatrix, and it was held that the gift was to a class, and that there was
sent with regard to the other proposed mortgages. The surveyors adno lapse, but that the fund was divisible among those of the class who
vised that the public-house was worth £4,174, and was a good security for survived the testatrix. It was clear that there could be no increase of the £3,130, and, with regard to the other properties, that they were reepec, class, and the exception of two persons did not prevent its being a gift to tively worth £3,884 and £2,080, and were ample securities for £2,000 and a class. James, L.J., said that where there is a gift to a class the rule £1,500 respectively. The securities turned out to be insufficient. The of lapse does not apply. In that case the fund is to be di.ided among the above investments were proper, and, if not, whether the defendant was
testator's widow commenced proceedings to have it determined whether words describing the class are used for mere brevity, 'instead of solely liable for the loss, or whether she was liable jointly with him. designating the persons by name.” That shewed that, if it was plain and Whiteley v. Learoyd shewed that a trustee might avail himselfing that it was merely intended to designate individuals, there was no magic in the use of words of class description. James, L.J., added, “if this had
the assistance and advice of a valuer or surveyor or solicitor in making been the first occasion on which the point had arisen, there might have judgment upon it as a prudent man would.
his investments, but must not adopt that advice blindly, but exercise bis good ground for contending that the legatees in such a gift as the present security there was something further to consider, and the rule was that
With regard to mortgage
was quite different from the present. In Re Smith's
was exceeded it was for the trustee to justify his conduct.
present case that rule had not been observed. The value of the public-
of which was of a speculative character, and the surveyors ought to have
been asked the value of the property apart from its value as a hotel. Nor in common of the fund, and if one had died could it be possible for the
was either of the other investments, in his lordship’s opinion, proper. The
She was, therefore, jointly liable with the defendant, but the decision
was without prejudice to any question between the trustees.
Aug. 9, 11.-"This was an adjourned summons in the same matter, from personal estate, to his next of kin.-Counsel, C. Walker; G. T. J.
taken out for the purpose of having it determined whether Mrs. Parting: Millar; Underhill; B. Fossett Lock. Solicitors, Smith, Fawdon, f Low;
ton and the defendent Allen were,
as between themselves, jointly Few of Co., Emmet, Son, & Stubbs ; G. R. Hubbard.
loss resulting from the improper mortgage
investments, or whether the whole loss ought to fall on the defendant
Stirling, J., held that the whole loss must fall upon the defendant Allen.
He had been the active trustee, and had also acted as the solicitor for the
trust, and had made professional profit in that capacity. The improper The question in this case was whether a district manager of a trading make her liable to make good to the defendant her share of the 1980: t. company was entitled, in respect of commission due to him, tota lien COUNSEL in both matters, Robinson, Q.C., and Latham, Q.O.; Everitt,
The share of
him for sale im a weekly
on all sales 33 carried on
Q.C., and Howell ; Hastings, Q.O., and Lerett; Pearson, Q.C., and Raw- question was for weighing machines; the plaintiffs are the owners of lins ; 'Buckley, Q.C., and Starkey. SOLICITORS, Freshfields of Williams ; Everitt's machine, and alleged that the defendant, Henry Knight, had a Bolton, Robbins, Busk, $ Co.; Woodhouse, Trower, Freeling, & Parkin ; Merri- machine at the Arcade, Ryde, in the Isle of Wight, which was an infringeman, Pike, f Merriman.
ment of their patent.
KEKEWICH, J., said that there was a serious question to be tried, and matters should be left in statu quo. He would not try the question now,
but on the defendant undertaking to keep an account of automatic BEFORE THE VACATION JUDGE.
weighing machines sold by him he should make no order except costs Practice-Voluntary WINDING UP-ACTION IN Queen's Bench Division Burn, f Son ; Alexander Colyer.
costs in the action.-Counsel, Ralph Griffin; Sutherst. SOLICITORS, Adam
In the case of Re Inderwick, Ex parte Hanson, before Kekewich, J., on
a person for disobedience to an order. The office copies were not in vision of the court, as to the mode of transferring an action brought
court. by a judgment creditor against the company in the Queen's Bench liberty of the subject was concerned. Fresh notice must be given to the
KEKEWICH, J., said that he would not allow copies to be read where the Division, or of staying the proceedings. The resolution to wind up was respondent. —COUNSEL, H. T. Eve. SOLICITORS, Blair Girling. confirmed on the 12th of August, 1887, and James H. Green was ap. pointed liquidator. On the same day Thomas Green, trading as the General Ice Co., obtained an order for judgment of the High Court of Justice, Queen's Bench Division, against the company, and the solicitors for Bett intimated their intention to proceed. A receiver and manager on behalf of the debenture-bolders of the company had been appointed, of which appointment the solicitors of the plaintiff had been informed. The
Sir MAXWELL MELVILL, K.C.I.E., C.S.I., formerly a judge of the High
Sir M. Melvill was draw. Under ord. 49, r. 5, when an order has been made by a judge of Court at Bombay, died at Poonah on the 5th inst. the Chancery Division for the winding up of any company, the judge has educated at Haileybury College. He entered the Bombay Civil Service, power to order the transfer to such judge of any cause or matter pending and he was for many years engaged in the Revenue and Judicial Dein any other court or division brought against such company.
partments. In 1866 he was appointed Judicial Commissioner in Scinde, KEKEWICH, J., said that the rule did not refer to a voluntary winding and from 1871 till 1884 he was a puisne judge of the High Court at Bomup. He was, however, as Vacation Judge, sitting as a judge of the bay. In 1884 he was appointed a member of the Council of the Governor Queen's Bench Division, and, under section 24, sub-section 0, of the
of Bombay, which position he occupied until his death. In 1886 he was Judicature Act, 1873, he had jurisdiction, sitting as a judge of that created a Companion of the Order of the Star of India, and a few months division, to stay proceedings in the action in the Queen's Bench Division. ago he was created a Knight Companion of the Order of the Indian He therefore made the order in the action, that Bett be restrained from Empire. taking any further proceedings on the judgment debt obtained by him Mr Horatio MANSFIELD, barrister, died at Liverpool on the 12th inst. against the company on the 12th of August, 1887, and that all proceed from pleurisy, after a short illness. Mr. Mansfield was the fifth son of ings on such judgment be stayed. The sheriff to withdraw.–Counsel, Mr. John Mansfield, and a younger brother of the first Lord Sandhurst, Stroud; A. Beddall; Tennant. SOLICITORS, W. W. Elliott; Benjamin Burton. and of Mr. John Smith Mansfield, magistrate at Marlborough-street
Police Court. He was born in 1821, and he was educated at Trinity INJUNCTION-OBSTRUCTION OF ANCIENT LIGHTS-AGENT.
College, Cambridge. He was called to the bar at the Inner Temple in In the case of Pedder v. Eiloart, before Kekewich, J., on the 17th of Trinity Term, 1853, and he had practised on the Northern Circuit and at August, the question arose as to whether an action was properly Be had for some time acted as deputy-stipendiary magistrate for the city
the Liverpool and Kirkdale Sessions and the Liverpool Court of Passage. brought against a person who was directing building operations so as to obstruct the plaintiffs' ancient lights. The plaintiffs were trustees of
of Liverpool. Mr. Mansfield was married in 1871 to the widow of Lieut.St. Luke's parochial schools, and it was contended on their behalf that
Col. Cumming. He was buried at Totton, Hampshire, on the 17th inst. they could sue either the owner or the builder. The defendant denied Mr. ROBERT SANKey, solicitor (of the firm of Sankeys & Flint), of Canhaving any interest, and said that he was an agent.
terbury, died on the 5th inst. in his eighty-eighth year. Mr. Sankey, who KEKEWICH, J., said that the plaintiff had a right to sue the builder, and was almost the oldest solicitor in Kent, was the son of Mr. John Sankey, continued the interim injunction obtained ex parte on the 6th of August.
and was burn in 1799. He was admitted a solicitor in 1823, and he had Counsel, C. T. Mitchell, Gaskell. SOLICITORS, Woodbridge & Son ; Bury. practised for over sixty years at Canterbury. He was at the time of his
death associated with his son, Mr. Herbert Tritton Sankey, Clerk of the TRADE-COVENANT NOT TO CARRY ON WITHIN A Milz-INJUNCTION Peace for Canterbury, and with Mr. Rest William Flint, Town Clerk of INFANT.
Canterbury. Mr. Sankey was a perpetual commissioner for the county of In the cases of Munson v. Odiam, Munson v. Jordan, and Munson v.
Kent and the city of Canterbury. He was for several years one of the
city aldermen, and he was elected mayor of Canterbury in 1858 and Donald, before Kekewich, J., on the 17th of August, the question arose us to the course the court should pursue where a defendant appeared
again in 1861. He was buried at Barham on the 12th inst. in person in an action for breach of covenant, and it was apparent
Sir RICHARD Green Price, Bart., late M.P. for Radnorshire, died on to the judge and the registrar that he was an infant. The three the 11th inst., aged eighty-four. Sir R. Price was the son of Mr. George actions were brought to restrain the defendants from carrying on the Green, of Knighton. Xe was born in 1803, and he assumed the additional business of dairymen within one mile from specified places. The defend
name of Price by Royal licence. He was admitted a solicitor in 1825, and ant Odiam entered into the service of the plaintiff, Henry Munson, at 15s.
he was for several years in practice at Knighton. He was for nearly ten a week, with two months' notice, and signed an agreement whereby he years county treasurer for Radnorshire, and he was one of the original covenanted that he would not, during the continuance of such service, nor
members of the Knighton Local Board, of which body he afterwards after quitting, in any way interfere with the trade or customers served by became chairman. In 1863 he was elected M.P. for the Radnor boroughs
in the Liberal interest. He was re-elected at the General Elections in exercise, or be concerned within one mile of Battersea Park-road, either 1865 and 1868, but in 1869 he retired in favour of the Marquis of directly or indirectly, in the trade of a dairyman as servant or master for Hartington, who was "at that time without a seat in tho House of his own benefit or any other person whatever. The other two agreements Commons. He was created a baronet in 1874, and in 1880 he was returned were similar. All the defendants were infants when they signed the agree,
for Radnorshire. He retired in 1885, but in 1886 he unsuccessfully conwents, but Donald had come of age since. Odiam appeared in person, and tested the county as a Home Rule Liberal. Sir R. Price was married first With obviously an infant. The plaintiff asked for a perpetual injunction, in 1837 to the daughter of Mr. Dansey, of Easton Court, Radnorshire, and
KEKEWICH, J., said that he was dealing with an infant (Odiam), and magistrate and deputy-lieutenant for Radnorshire, and he served the office
Mr. EDWARD ALEXANDER HEELIS, solicitor, of Appleby, has been ap & Batchelor.
pointed Registrar of the Appleby County Court (Circuit No. 3) in succes
sion to his father, the late Mr. Edward Heelis. Mr. E. A. Heelis was PATENT-INFRINGEMENT ACCOUNT-UNDERTAKING.
admitted a solicitor in 1879. In the case of Automatic Weighing Machine Co. (Limited) v. Knight, Mr. JOHN JAMES WILLIAMSON, solicitor, of Canterbury and Deal, has before Kekewich, J., on the 17th of August, the question arose as tó been appointed Clerk to the Magistrates for the Borough of Deal in sucwhether a defendant’who denied any infringement of the patent of the cession to Mr. George Mercer, resigned. Mr. Williamson was admitted a plaintiff should give an undertaking to keep an account. The patent in solicitor in 1885.
their debts or claims, to Ernest Cooper, 14, George st, Mansion House. Tuesa Mr. CHARLES George Nantes, solicitor, of Bridport, has been elected an
day, Oct 25, at 12, is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and Alderman for that Borough. Mr. Nantes was admitted a solicitor in
claims 1873. He is Registrar of the Bridport County Court and Coroner for the ELECTRIC PORTABLE BATTERY AND GAS IGNITING CO, LIMITED.--Stirling, J., h99 Bridport District of Dorsetshire.
by an order, dated June 30, appointed Edwin Collier, 44, Brown st, Manchester,
to be official liquidator. Creditors are require !, on or before Oct 1, to send Mr. GAINSFORD BRUCE, Q.C., has been appointed Temporal Chancellor of their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to the the County Palatine of Durham in succession to the late Mr. James above. Tuesday, Nov 1, at 12, is appointed for heariog and adjudicating upon
the debts and claims Fleming, QC. Mr. Bruce is the eldest son of Dr. John Collingwood
EYRE ARMS HOTEL CO, LIMITED. - Petn for winding up, presented Aug 13, Bruce, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and was born in 1834. He was called
directed to be heard before Kekewich, J., on Aug 24. Russell, Coleman st. to the bar at the Middle Temple in Trinity Term, 1859, and he became a solor for petner
HENDRA ESTATE AND BUILDING MATERIALS Co., LIMITED. – Creditors are re. Queen's Counsel in 1883. Mr. Bruce practises on the North. Eastern
quired, on or before Sept 30, to send their names and addresses and particulars Circuit. He has been recorder of Bradford since 1877, and he was Soli
of their debts and claims to Frederic George Painter, 2, Moorgate st bldgs, citor-General of the County Palatine of Durham from 1877 till 1885, Friday, Oct. 28 at 1, is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts when he was appointed Attorney-General.
LONDON OYSTER CULTIVATING CO., LIMITED.-Stirling, J., has by an order. Mr. WILLIAM GERALD SEYMOUR FITZGERALD, C.S.I., has been created a dated July 26, appointed John Peirson, of 2, Gresham bldgs, Basinghall st, to Knight of the Order of the Indian Empire. Sir W. Fitzgerald is the
be oficial liquidator
MOUNT MORGAN (WEST) GOLD MINE, LIMITED.-Petn for winding up, presented eldest son of the Right Hon. Sir William Robert Fitzgerald, G.C.S.I.,
Aug 12, directed to be heard before Kekewich, J., on Aug 24. Inglis & Son, and was born in 1841. He was educated at Oriel College, Oxford. He Chancery lane, solors for petner was called to the bar at Lincoln's-inn in Trinity Term, 1865, and he PLUMBLEY COLLIERY CO. LIMITED.–By an order made by Stirling, J., dated Aug formerly practised on the Home Circuit. He was private secretary to his
6. it was ordered tbat the com; any be wound up. Page & Scorer, New ien,
agents for Page, jun, Lincoln, solor for petner father when Governor of Bombay, and he has been political aide-de-camp SUN PORTLAND CEMENT CO, LIMITED.-By ad order made by Stirling. J., dated to the Secretary of State for India since 1874. He was created a com Aug 11, it was ordered that the company be wound up. Johnston & Co, Raypanion of the Order of the Indian Empire in 1885.
mond bldnos, Gray'e inn, agents for Winder, Bolton, solors for petner
WOOLWICH (OLD BARGE HOUSE) STEAM FERRY. LIMITED.---Stirling, J , has fixed Mr. CHARLES John PEARSON, barrister and advocate, has received the Friday, Sept 2, at 12. at the chambers of the Vacation Judge, for the appointhonour of Knighthood. Sir C. Pearson is the second son of Mr. Charles ment of an official liquidator
UNLIMITED IN CHANCERY. Pearson, of Edinburgh, and was born in 1843. He was educated at the
ALBION MUTUAL PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY.-Chitty, J., has, by Edinburgh Academy, and he was formerly scholar of Corpus Christi an order dated July 21, appointed Mr. Frederick Augustas Jenkins, Exchange College, Oxford, where he graduated first class in Classics in 1865. He bldngs, Bristol, to be official liquidator
COUNTY PALATINE OF LANCASTER. obtained the Gaisford Prize for Greek Prose in 1862, and the Gaisford
LIMITED IN CHANCERY
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES DISSOLVED. is sheriff of chancery, and procurator for the Church of Scotland.
ALEXANDRA LODGE, 483 Society, United Ancient Order of Druids, Old House at Mr. Thomas BAYNES, Solicitor-General for the Leeward Islands, has
Home, Croft st, Bradford, York. Aug 11
SUSPENDED FOR THREE MONTHS. been appointed to act as Attorney-General for that Colony. Mr. Baynes KIDLINGTON BENEFIT SOCIETY, King's Arms. Kidlington, Oxford. Aug 11 is the third son of Mr. Edwin Donald Baynes. He was called to the bar LONG ROW SAMARITAN FRIENDLY SOCIETY, Queen's Arms Inn, Horsforth, Leeds. at the Middle Temple in July, 1878.
PRINCE RUPERT FRIENDLY BENEFIT SOCIETY, 57, St Anne st, Liverpool. Aug 11 Mr. CHARLES HALMAN BEARD, barrister, has been appointed to act as RATLEY NEW SICK AND BENEFIT SOCIETY, Crown Inn, Ratley, nr Banbury, Solicitor-General for the Leeward Islands. Mr. Beard is the second son
Warwick. Aug 11 of Mr. William Daniel Beard. He was called to the bar at the Middle Temple in June, 1882.
Mr. TEMPLE LETHBRIDGE Down, solicitor (of the firm of Newton & Down), of Lewisham, has been appointed Clerk and Solicitor to the Lewisham District Board of Works, in succession to the late Mr. Howard
CREDITORS' NOTICES. Samuel Winnett. Mr. Down was admitted a solicitor in 1881. His
UNDER ESTATES IN CHANCERY. partner, Mr. Alfred Newton, is vestry clerk of Lewisham Parish.
LAST DAY OF CLAIM.
London Gazette.-FRIDAY, August 5.
BANKS, MARIA LOUISA, Stoneycroft, nr Liverpool. Oct 1. Ellison v Banks,
Kay, J. Wynne, Charcery lane
Borrox, Col Sir FRANCIS JOHN, Knt, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster. Sept 24. EDWARD ROBERT GRIgson and Richard Robinson, solicitors (Grigson & FERREWEST, MARY, Nottingham. Sept 30. Nussey v Featherstonhaugh, Chitty,
Morant & Co. v Bolton, Chitty, J. Treherne, Bedford row Robinson), of Watton, Norfolk. All debts due and owing to or by the J. Taylor, Batley said partnership will be received and paid by Richard Robinson, by whom ROSENTHALL, G'ABRIEL, Jewin st. Sept 30. Rosenthall v Hayman, Chitty, J. alone the business will hereafter be carried on. Jan. 1, 1884.
Godfrey, Chancery lane
SWALBE, DAVID. Bishopsgate st Within, Cigar Merchant. Sept 7. Klingenstein
London Gazette.-TUESDAY, August 9.
Chitty, J. Farrer & Co, Lincoln's inn fields
SLATER, HENRY, Blackburn, Grocer. Aug 22. Housley v Slater, Registrar,
Preston, Entwisle, Blackburn
UNDER 22 & 23 VICT. CAP. 35.
LAST DAY OF CLAIM. Cooper, Coleman st bldgs, Moorgate st. Friday, Nov 4 at 12, is appointed for
London Gazette.-TUESDAY, August 9. hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims UNITED KINGDOM LAND AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION. LIMITED.-By an order made
BARTLET, ALEXANDER HENRY, Ipswich, Doctor of Medicine. Nov 5. Jackaman by Chitty, J., dated Aug 3, it was ordered that the association by wound up.
& Co, Ipswich Clark & Co, Lincoln's inn fields, solors for petner
BENSON, WILLIAM, Knaresbrough, York, Joiner and Cabinet Maker. Oct 1. UNITED KINGDOM LAND AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION, LIMITED.- Chitty, J., las
Kirby & Son, Knaresbrough fixed Tuesday, Aug 23 at 12, at the chambers of the Vacation Judge, for the
BESWICK, ELIZABETH, Higher Urmston, Lancaster. Sept 9. Killey, Liverpool appointment of an official liquidator
BIELBY, John, Harrogate. York, Gent. Sept 15. Kirby & Son, Knaresbrough
BYERLEY, ALFRED, Portsea, Hants, Gent. Sept 1. Blake, Portsea 24. Bradley, Lombard st, solor for petner
BROOKS, JOSEPII, Hyde, Chester, Hat and Cap Dealer. Aug 17. Cooke, Hyde
CHAPMAN, HENRY, Chelsea, Gent. Scpt 15. James & James, Ely place
COLTHURST, GEORGE, Cotham Park, Bristol, Esq. Oct 10. Abbot & Co, Bristol
DAVEY, WILLIAM THOMAS, Leyton, Doctor of Medicine. Aug 27. Timbrell,
DINSDALE, WILLIAM FREDERICK, Brockley, Kent, Gent. Sept 30. Trinders &
ENGLAND, RICHARD, Binham, Norfolk, Esq. Out 3. Watson & Digby, Fakenrequired, on or before Bept 15, to send their names and addresses, and the par
ham ticulars of their debts or claims, to Edward Goldsworthy James, Lonsdale
FEILDEN. HENRY ST CLAIR, Shepperton on Thames, Esq. Sept 15. Rawetorne, cbmbrs, Chancero lane. Tuesday, Oct 25 at 12, is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims A BI. WOOD'S SHIPS' "WOODITE” PROTECTION CO, LIMITED.-Petition for wind- FLETCHER, LETITIA, Brighton. Sept 14. Cockburn, Brighton
FINCH, JOHN, Barton, Lancaster, Yeoman. Sept 23. Thompson & Craven, Preston ing up, presented Aug 11, directed to be heard before Kekewich, J., on Aug 24.
Pulbrook, St Helen's place, solors for petners
GOODALL, HARRIET, Knaresborough, York. Oet 1. Kirby & Son, Knaresborough to Henry Neweon Smith, 87, Walbrook. Wegnesahy, Notinat del is appointed Holborow, WILLIAM, Upton St Leonard's, Gent. Sept 17. Poole, Gloucester
HOLMES, CECIL FREDERICK, Harrow on the Hill, Esq. Sept 9. Cole & Jackson, for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims DERBY AND DERBYSHIRE NEWSPAPER CO, LIMITED.-Creditors are required, on or before Sept 12, to send their names and addressed and the particulars Of JEAVONS, ELIZABETH SMITH, Wimbledon. Oct 12. Smith, Nicholas lane
HORSFORD, JAMES, Bedford, Gent. Sept 10. Porter, Bedford
JONES, FANNY, St John's Wool. Sept 20. Sheldon Hepworch, South st, Fins- | SMITH, WILLIAM, Brighouse, York, Licensed Victualler. Oct 1. Barber, Brig bury
house JONES, JESSE, Brighton, Gent. Sept 30. Frank Richardson & Sadler, Golden SODEMANN, LOUIS CARL, Dalston, Gent, Oct 1. Foster & Co, College st LAWRENCE, ROBERT, Upper Holloway, Locksmith. Sept 12. Maskell, Gt James SPICER, WALTER, Godalming, Surrey, Paper Manufacturer. Sept 20. Shep'st, Wo.
heards, Finsbury circus LIVESEY, MARTIN, Liverpool, Stock and Share Broker. Sept 15. Laces & Co.,
STEWARDSON, SUSANNAH, South Mims, Middlesex. Sept 10. Houghtons
Byfield, Gracechurch st
STILLING FLEET, HENRY JAMES WILLIAM. Hampton Bishop, Hereford, Clerk in
Holy Orders. Sept 15. Bedaoe, Hereford
THRIDGOULD, JOHN, Sidney st, Commercial rd, Bookseller. Oct 11. Naunton &
WALKER, EDWARD, South Kensington, Oct 1. Radcliffes & Co, Craven st
WALKER, ELEANOR, South Kensington, Oct 1. Radcliffes & Co, Craven st
WALKER, MARIA, South Kensington. Oct 1. Radcliffes & Co, Craven st brough
WOODWARD, Rev THOMAS BENJAMIN, Kemerton, Gloucester. Sept 16. Wool
WOOLDRIDGE, GEORGE HENRY, Poplar. Sept 10. Lawrence Heap, Upper
London Gazette.-FRIDAY, August 12.
WARNING TO INTENDING HOUSE PURCHASERS AND LESSEES. -Before purchasing
or renting a house have the Sanitary arrangements thoroughly examined by an BALLS, WILLIAM DANIEL CHAMBERLAIN, Tgnemouth, Shipowner. Sept 17. expert from The Sanitary Engineering & Ventilation Co., 115, Victoria-st., WestLeitch & Co, Newcastle upon-Tyne
mirster (Estab. 1875), who also undertake the Ventilation of Offices, &c.-(ADVT.] BENTLEY, JAMES, Pendlebury, Lancaster, Gent. Sept 16. Walker, Manchester
STAMMERERS and STUTTERERS should read a little book by Mr. B. BURGOYNE, JOHN CHARLES, Harley st, Gent. Oct 1. Burgoynes & Co, Oxford st BEASLEY, Baron's Court House, West Kensington, London, price 13 stamps. The DINGLEY, JOSEPH, Knowle, Warwick, Gent. Aug 23. Sale, Solihull, Warwick
Author, after suffering nearly 40 years, cured himself by a method entirely shire
Under the Bankruptcy Act, 1869.
London Gazette.-TUESDAY, Aug. 16, 1887.
Washing Machines. Aug 10
London Gazette.-FRIDAY, August 12.
ABRAHAM, SOLOMON, Darlington, Draper. Stockton on Tees. Pet July 26. Ord
ALLATT, FREDERICK THOMAS, Frizington, Cumberland, Chemist. Whitehaven.
Pet Aug 9. Ord Aug 9
ANDREWS, WILLIAM CHARLES, Bournemouth, Corn Merchant. Poole. Pet Aug
8. Ord Aug 8 MAIN, ROBERT HALL, Birkenhead, Chester, Coachbuilder. Sept 10. Masters &
ARCHER, ALFRED JAMES, Josephine avenue, Brixton, of no occupation. High
Court. Pet July 23. Ord Aug 9
ARMSTRONG, THOMAS, Southsea, Furniture Dealer. Portsmouth, Pet Aug 2.
0.d Aug 2 PARRY, DEBORAH, Worthenbury, Flint. Oct 1. Acton & Co, Wrexham
BARBER, EDWIN, Albion villas, Tottenham, Builder. Edmonton. Pet July 6.
Ord Aug 9
BATTS, WILLIAM BESANT, Hambledon, Hampshire, Bricklayer. Southampton.
Pet Aug 9. Ord Aug 9
BENNETT, ROBERT, Cheapside, Auctioneer. High Court. Pet June 30. Ord
Aug 9 port, Mon
BEVAN, WILLIAM, St George, Gloucester, Butcher. Bristol. Pet Aug 9. Ord
BIRD, JOHN, Hammerwich, Stafford, Farmer. Walsall. Pet Aug 8. Ord Aug 8
Fortescue & Sons, BISHOP, EDWIN THOMAS, Landport, Baker. Portsmouth. Pet Aug 2. Banbury, Orford
Ord SANDERSON, JAMES, Whitworth, Spotland, Lancaster, Stone Merchant. Sept 1.
BLOORE, ELIZABETH, Walsall, Grocer. Walsall. Pet July 26. Ord Aug 8
Jewellere. birmingham. Pet July 26. Ord Aug 9
BROWN, EDWIN JAMES, Bath, Printer. Bath. Pet Aug 9. Ord Aug 9
York. Pet Aug 10. Ord Broad st
Postans & Landons, New BULMER, HENRY WOOD, York, out of business.
BURNETT, GEORGE THORNE, Stogumber, Somerset, Grocer. Taunton, Pet July
19. Ord Aug 9 BLACKBURN, A LFRED, Forest hill, Solicitor. Sept 20. Sheard, Whitechapel CHISHOLY, RALPH, jun, East Allerdean, Northumberland, Farmer. Newcastle. CHAPPLE, JOHN, St Albans, Architect. Oct 11. Blagg & Edwards, St Albans
Pet Aug 8. Ord Aug 8
CAITTENDEN, EDWARD JAMES BOURNE, Bermondsey wall, Bermondsey, Potter. CHILVER, LEWIS, Romford, Gent. Sept 12. Stanley & Woodhouse, Abchurch High Court. Pet Aug 10. Ord Aug 10
COLLINSON, GEORGE FREDERICK HAMPTON, Chancery lane, Solicitor.
Vourt. Pet May 17. Ord Aug 9
COOK, ARTHUR, Oxford, Grocer, Oxford. Pet Aug 9. Ord Aug 9 DEN ESE SE HENRY MANGLES, Maida Vale, an Admiral in the Royal Navy. COOTES, JAMES, West Ham, Eseex, Contractor. High Court. Pet Aug 10. Oid FAIRBANK, JOSHUA, Calverley, York, Wolden Manufacturer. Sept 3. Beaumont
DAWSON, SEWELL, Brampton, Huntingdon, Farmer. Peterborough. Pet Aug 8. & Stephenson, Leeds
Ord Aug 8 GROVER, THOMAS GEORGE, Old Kent rd, Gent. Sept 15. Wyatt & Barraud,
DEAR, WILLIAM, Tankerville ct, Southgate, Upholsterer. Edmonton. Pet July
9. Ord Aug 9 HITCHCOCK, WILLIAM, Moulsham, Essex, Gent. Sept 29. Copland, Chelmsford
DICKINSON, ANNIE A, Pembroke sq, Kensington. High Court. Pet July 20. JORDAN, CHARLES JOSEPH, Kensal green, Monumental Mason. Sept 28. Welman, Evans, A HOMAS SAMUEL, Matilda st, Thornhill sq, Upholsterer. High Court.
Pet Aug 8. Ord Aug 8
Aug 9. Ord Aug 9
FARR, DAVID, Porth, Glamorgan, Bootmaker. Pontypridd. Pet Aug 8. Ord LEE, JAMES GOODING, Halifax, Painter and Decorator. Sept 12. Rhodes, Halifax
Aug 8 LLOYD, DAVID, Leominster, Gent. Sept 11. Lloyd & Son, Leominster
FAWCETT, SAM, Hightown in Liversedge, Yorks, Currier. Dewsbury. Pet July
29Ord Aug 8 MITTON, MARY, Cardington, Sept 30. Morgan, Shrewsbury
FAWCETT, WILLIAM, Northampton, Coal Dealer. Northampton. Pet Aug 9.
Ord Aug 9 OGDEN, THOMAS, Halifax, Woollen Draper. Sept 19. Atkinson, Bradford FORREST, CALEB, JOSHUA FORREST, and ELI FORREST, Colley Gate, Cradley, WorOWEN, FRANCIS, Sheffield, Silversmith. Sept 12. Binney & Sons, Sheffield
cester, Spade Manufacturers. Dudley. Pet Aug 8. Ord Aug 8
HAYMAN, HENRY JAMES, Bristol, Refreshment House Keeper. Bristol. ROBINSON, EDWIN CHARLES, Leicester, Ironmonger. Sept 20. Miles & Place,
Aug 10. Ord Aug 10
HESELTON, ALFRED, Bridlington, Yorks, Fellmonger. Scarborough. Pet Aug 8. RUSSELL, THOMAS, Hodnell, Warwick, Farmer. Sept 29.
Fortescue & Sons,
Ord Aug 8 RUTTER, ELIZA, Surbiton. Sept 14. Ellis & Co, St Swithin's lane
HOUGH, THOMAS, Wolverhampton, Bicycle Manufacturer. Wolverhampton
Pet Aug 10. Ord Aug 10